The Turn of the Key — Ruth Ware

The Turn of the Key — Ruth Ware

Read Date: September 17, 2019Rating: 4/5Format: Print Book -- Book of the Month Edition When Perfect Nanny Rowan Caine stumbles upon a residential position caring for four girls with an outrageously generous salary, she is *very* interested. She knows that this family has gone through four nannies in a very short amount of time, but [...]

Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Things to Eat and Drink

Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Things to Eat and Drink

This is my first Top Ten Tuesday post, and I think it's VERY fitting that it should be favorite things to eat and drink while reading, because, like most bookworms, I am a *total* snacker! Additionally, as I've mentioned in other posts, I am almost always working, rehearsing something, or travelling between those two things, [...]

Short Novels to Help Your Reading Challenge

Short Novels to Help Your Reading Challenge

If you're like 80% of people I know, you just might have had a far busier year this year than you usually do, and as a resort, you just might be behind on your reading challenge. And, if you find yourself in this predicament, you might be starting to get a little nervous when you [...]

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society — Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society — Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows

Date Read: September 4, 2019Rating: 3.5/5Format: Audiobook/E-book Author and journalist Juliet Ashton has just returned from a book tour of her largely successful Izzy Bickerstaff Goes to War when she receives a letter from one Dawsey Adams with a request, which turns into correspondence, which turns into correspondence between Juliet and almost the entirety of [...]

Mrs. Everything — Jennifer Weiner

Mrs. Everything — Jennifer Weiner

Read Date: September 1, 2019Rating: 2/5Format: Audiobook Buckle up, everyone. I really did not like this book. The story of Bethy and Jo Kaufmann from their youth in the 1940s up to present day, Mrs. Everything is LGBTQ+ feminist fiction for people who have no interest in LGBTQ+ feminist fiction. This book is laden with [...]